About Us

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The DoggyHairnets Story

Doggyhairnets was founded in 2010 by Freddy Rembert and Debbie Rembert. Doggyhairnets are designed to give your dog comfort, flexibility, and you the owner, more freedom from that dreaded shedding hair. DoggyHairnets’ home office is located in the Chicago suburb of Villa Park.

Would you like to know how the concept of DoggyHairnets came about? Okay, here’s a short story of the birth of DoggyHairnets: One summer day in 2010, my wife and I decided to add a new member to our small family of two. I had been softy pleading my case to Debbie (wife) about getting a dog, and finally my plan was becoming a reality. We visited several animal shelters here in Chicagoland. It took only two stops to find the second love of my life, Macie (shown below with leopard print)! Macie is a German Sheppard mixed with pit bull. She is awesome!

Macie basically adopted my wife and me. She wasn’t even the dog that I initially wanted. The dog that I came to see had just been adopted. We looked at several other dogs, but none really made that special connection. As we were leaving to visit another shelter, we passed this one holding stall and the dog (Macie) was jumping up on the fence and wagging her tail as if she knew me and had been missing me. The attendant said that Macie had been in the shelter for 11 months because of her temperament. She had been found on the side of some road with her mouth bound by rubber bands. She was only 5-6 months old at the time of this horrifying experience. I instantly fell in love with Macie!
After getting Macie home I found that she shed like crazy. I found myself vacuuming and mopping up hair constantly. I looked everywhere for something that could control the shedding hair. I could not find anything. One evening my wife and I were having dinner, and a thought came to be suddenly. I said to my wife, “they should have hair nets for dogs like the ones I use to wear as a professional cook.” The rest is history. My wife and I started toying around with designs and finally came up with the DoggyHairNet!
And that’s the story of the birth of DoggyHairNets.
Thanks and many blessings,
Freddy Rembert